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Flip down the Spy Targa II Goggle and take this standard issue goggle all over the mountain. This solid goggle features a flexible frame that conforms to most faces. Spy's Scoop ventilation system eliminates lens fogging to help you see obstacles and jibs more clearly. Dual lenses with total UV protection and anti-fog and anti-scratch protection make sure you clearly spot your landings. The Spy Targa II's dual-adjustment strap makes sure you find the right fit. Spy added silicone ribbing to the strap to ensure a secure fit.

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2 5

Didn't like them

These were my first goggles so I didn't know if they were good or not at first, but then my brother got a pair of $60 goggles. HUGE DIFFERENCE. Believe me, don't cheap out on goggles. These are super hard to breathe out of, and are very bulky, which makes it hard to see down. They have some good features, but I think the cons outweigh the pros. I couldn't wear these for long periods of time, and I had to get a new pair.

4 5


I bought these goggles and rode a few days with them, but never could get them to fit me quite right, which sucks cuz they were super cool. I ended up giving them to a friend and they are more than happy with them.

5 5

Great Goggles

I love these goggles i use these in all conditions even with the permission lens it works great. The goggles fit my face excellently.

Cool styling
Anti fog
Fits virtually any face shape

Restricts breathing through nose
Hard to put on with a hat

I use size S helmet 54.5cm and wondering...

I use size S helmet 54.5cm and wondering if this goggle will fit?

Responded on

You can adjust the strap to fit around a helmetless head. They'll work just fine with your small brain bucket.

Is this fits most of helmets available in...

Is this fits most of helmets available in the market?

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does the silver mirror have mirrored...

does the silver mirror have mirrored lenses?

Spy Targa 2 Snow Goggle Video

Spy Targa 2 Snow Goggle. Lots of goggle for not a lot of money.

I love these goggles but they press my...

I love these goggles but they press my nostrils and I can't breathe freely. Guess they are a bit big or they got too much sponge inside. What can I do?

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You may consider a smaller frame or different shape.

Does the Space Out with the yellow/spectra...

Does the Space Out with the yellow/spectra lens provide good visibility when riding at night? Or would the permission lens be better for that?

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It may be a little dark for night. The yellow with Green Spectra has around a 43% visible light transmission. However, you can purchase an additional clear lens that would work awesome.

is this only for snow sports? can i use...

is this only for snow sports? can i use this for mtb?

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Could definitely run the Targa IIs for MX or mountain biking, I would just recommend a clear or Persimmon lens if you spend most of your time riding in the woods.

How do these fit for the ladies?

How do these fit for the ladies?

Best Answer Responded on

Sure, if you have a very small face you may consider the Targa Mini too. The Bias is also an excellent option for women.

are these good for night and day riding?

are these good for night and day riding?

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Usually the best lens for night riding is either a yellow or clear lens. Out of the lenses we currently have in stock, the Persimmon lens would be the most transferable from day to night riding conditions.

Here is a breakdown of the lens options we currently have in stock in the Targa II:

Bronze Silver Mirror = Best for the brightest/sunniest conditions.
Bronze = Best for sunny conditions.
Persimmon = Best for partly cloudy or overcast conditions.

Keep in mind, if you want to get an extra lens for different light conditions, we do sell replacement lenses for this goggle as Item# SPY0230 or at:

can you see the eyes through it?

can you see the eyes through it?

Unanswered Question

Which lens is closer to Smith optic's RC36:...

Which lens is closer to Smith optic's RC36: the persimmon or bronze?

3 5

Decent back-up goggles.

I've had my Spy Targa II's for almost 3 years now. They are comfortable and the anti-sliding strip is nifty and really helps keep the goggles on your helmet. Your vision is pretty narrow. Not a whole lot of peripheral vision. Low/Flat light is horrible. You can't see anything. No features in the snow. This makes it extremely difficult on a stormy day. But during a blue bird they work relatively well. I would say bring these along just in case your primary goggles get hung up in a tree or break.

3 5

Poor peripheral

The gogs are good quality, the lenses give little distortion. But they have crappy peripheral vision. Might be better if you have a small face, but these say they are for medium and large headed folks. I wear a size L helmet for comparison.

would they fit someones head normally?...

would they fit someones head normally? like without a helmet?

Best Answer Responded on

Totally..these babies don't discriminate they love everyone, helmet wearing on non. Just cinch 'em down nice and tight and you are good to go.

what size are the ninja ninja goggles...

what size are the ninja ninja goggles medium or large? and also is this in australian dollars or American?

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There is no difference between the colour-ways of the goggles. Every Targa 2 is the same size no matter of the print. So the goggles is M/L and fits many different sizes of faces/heads. And everything on DF is in American dollars. Hope this helped